After four matches on the third day of Groups B and C, played on Monday 21 June, the total number of teams qualifying for the second round of Euro 2020 has risen to ten.
Italy, Belgium and the Netherlands had secured their qualification from the second day. The trio were joined on Sunday 20 June by Wales. Denmark and Austria into the last 16 after their successes on Monday.
France, Sweden and England all booked their places without having played their third match. France, Sweden and England are guaranteed one of the places reserved for the four best third-placed teams in the first round, regardless of the outcome of their last group games.